Alyssa’s Law Panic Alert System Requirements

Classroom safety

Alyssa's Law requires each public elementary and secondary school building to be equipped with at least one panic alarm that is directly linked to local law enforcement authorities. This addresses the issue of response time in emergencies.

Alyssa Alhadeff’s Story

Alyssa Alhedeff was a 14-year old student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland Florida. She was a victim on February 14, 2018 when a former student killed 17 people in a mass school shooting.

Legislation was expedited in the wake of the tragedy and the final version of the law was named in Alyssa’s memory.

Where is the Alyssa's Law in effect?

New York, New Jersey, and Florida have versions of Alyssa's Law already in effect, with pending legislation in Nebraska, Arizona, Texas, and Virginia. There are similar laws introduced at the federal level, which could make Alyssa's Law applicable to all states.

Panic Alarm Solutions

IdentiSys offers various panic alarm solutions that comply with Alyssa's Law. Options can be deplayed remotely or physically installed on-site. Contact us today for more information or to schedule a no obligation live demonstration.

Panic Buttons
Wearable Panic Buttons
  • Flexibility to be worn or carried in a classroom or hallway
  • Integrated with software or hardware
  • Simple to use with minimal training
  • No reliance on personal smartphones
  • Notification goes thru a monitoring center
Panic Buttons
Physical or Fixed Panic Buttons
  • Permanent button fixed to a wall or desk
  • Install in offices or classrooms
  • Keypad can trigger silent panic alarm
  • Less reliance on devices
  • Notification goes thru a monitoring center
Panic Buttons
Mobile or Computer Panic Buttons
  • Turn any computer or smartphone into a panic button
  • Phones have the flexibility to be carried in a classroom or hallway
  • Computer: Available for both Mac and Windows
  • Smartphone: Available for both iPhone and Android
  • Notification is made directly with local law enforcement